Found May 12, 2013 on PPR Fantasy Football:
After numerous speculation this offseason regarding Chiefs LT Branden Albert, it looks like there will finally be an end to this saga. Albert was slapped with the franchise tag right before the start of free agency and did not shy away from showing his frustration by not landing a long-term deal. He was absent from voluntary workouts and said he would stay away until his future had some certainty. There were trade talks with teams reportedly interested in Albert, specifically the Miami Dolphins, but the Chiefs never reached an agreement and were not willing to give up their LT for something other than his value. So now Mr. Albert remains a Kansas City Chief and hopes to reach a long-term deal that he’s been seeking. Also, according to head coach Andy Reid, he spoke with Albert and says he will report to practice next week and is excited to rejoin the team. “I just wanted to communicate. I felt that was important,” said Reid. “We weren’t able to do that before the draft, and I wante...

Branden Albert set to make his awkward return to Chiefs

It's been a crazy few months for left tackle Branden Albert. After a back and forth between the Chiefs and Dolphins in trade talks, he's still where he started. His major beef with the Chiefs stemmed from his belief that he'd be asked to slide over to the right once they drafted a left tackle. But all that is water over the bridge, as the Chiefs are reportedly seeking...

Tyler Bray Has ‘Excellent Chance’ of Making Chiefs’ Final Roster

Kansas City Chiefs undrafted rookie quarterback Tyler Bray has an “excellent chance” of making the team’s final 53-man roster, according to Adam Teicher of the Kansas City Star. The 6-6, 215-pound signal-caller appeared in 28 games (24 starts) at the University of Tennessee, completing 540 passes on 922 attempts (58.6 pct.) for 7,444 yards with 69 touchdowns and 28 interceptions...

Former college basketball player turned Chiefs tight end admits: 'I ain't there'

KANSAS CITY, Mo. You know Jimmy Graham? Antonio Gates? Tony Gonzalez? Demetrius Harris isnt well, he isnt, um, there yet. Ive never studied them, but Ive seen (people) compare me to them, Harris, the former collegiate basketball player at Wisconsin-Milwaukee, said Saturday, where hes learning the NFL tight end ropes on the fly at the Kansas City Chiefs rookie minicamp. But...

Chiefs sign RB Knile Davis

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed running back Knile Davis, a third-round pick out of Arkansas. Davis was selected 96th overall in last month's draft. Terms were not released Monday. Davis had a monster sophomore season for Arkansas, running for 1,322 yards and 13 touchdowns. But the 227-pound Davis broke an ankle as a junior, and a combination of uncertainty on the coaching...

Branden Albert will report to OTA’s on Monday

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid told the media today that Branden Albert will report to OTA’s on Monday and will play left tackle. Coach Reid says Branden Albert will be at practice on Monday and will be at LT. — Reid Ferrin (@KCChiefs_Reid) May 10, 2013 Rookie Eric Fisher will play right tackle.  I can’t imagine the Chiefs keep Fisher at right tackle and Albert at...

Vols QB Tyler Bray getting shot with Chiefs

Tyler Bray believes that every rookie has something to prove. He may have more than most. The former Tennessee quarterback left school a year early hoping he'd be chosen highly in the draft, given the relatively weak collection of college signal-callers coming out this year. Instead, every team passed on him over the course of seven agonizing rounds Once the draft ended, his...

Top pick Fisher moves to right side of Chiefs line

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The biggest question surrounding the Kansas City Chiefs, and one that had the potential to drag on for several more weeks, was answered after the first practice of rookie minicamp. Offensive tackle Eric Fisher, the first overall pick in the NFL draft, will slide to the right side of the line, and longtime left tackle Branden Albert - the Chiefs' franchise...

Chiefs hire 'pistol' innovator Ault as consultant

The Kansas City Chiefs have hired former Nevada coach Chris Ault, the innovator of the ''pistol'' offensive formation that has swept through the NFL, to serve as a special consultant. Ault's agent, Bob LaMonte, confirmed the hiring to The Associated Press on Monday. It was first reported by the Reno Gazette-Journal, which covered Ault during his college coaching...

Gallery: Andy Reid has huge yard sale

The big news from today’s Andy Reid Yard Sale: the prices. Would you pay $50 for an Eagles birdhouse signed by Andy…
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